Chapman Tripp advises on first capital raising to apply NZX relief

The transaction featured the first accelerated non-renounceable entitlement offer made in the country

NZ Lawyer Employer of Choice 2020 entries close tonight

NZ Lawyer’s search for the best employers concludes at midnight

Parliamentary select committee to review COVID-19 legal framework

The committee is set to provide advice on the controversial bill to the House in July

US Supreme Court rejects government request that keeps inmates at high risk for COVID-19

A quarter of the inmates at Elkton Federal Correction Institution had already tested positive for the virus

Bell Gully senior associate opens up about the importance of mental health support

Sam Hiebendaal talks about supporting not just clients during COVID-19, but colleagues as well

New principal judge steps up to lead Environment Court

David Kirkpatrick takes office after current Principal Environment Judge Laurie Newhook retires

Anderson Lloyd’s chairman of partners joins New Zealand Law Society board

Frazer Barton has been elected South Island vice president

Yale Law Women report reveals the most female- and family-friendly law firms in the US

Firms that were recognised include Allen & Overy and Hogan Lovells US

COVID-19 and NZ courts updates: 25 May

With the COVID-19 pandemic alert level down to 2, courts have updated their protocols


Responsibility lies strictly with firms, which is why addressing the gaps is important, expert says

There is a lot of misinformation about this topic, which has created confusion, says Dr AML

Dr AML explains what to keep in mind to keep deals running as smoothly as possible

Comprehensive report provides key takeaways for New Zealand businesses seeking growth opportunities


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The subtleties of trusts and AML/CFT compliance

There is a lot of misinformation about this topic, which has created confusion, says Dr AML

What in-house lawyers should keep in mind facing risk and compliance challenges

LOD’s Louise Unger shares three things in-house legal professionals should always consider

Lessons about national culture and its impact on workplace health and safety in New Zealand

Mai Chen shares insights into how a superdiversity framework can be applied to policy, legislation, and regulation

Fish out of water: When is a boat a ‘building’ subject to the Building Act 2004?

Experts explain why a recent MBIE determination can have implications for any person building a boat and using the structure during construction